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02-05-2010, 04:14 PM
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SJ Logitech Ice next league starts???

Feel free to redirect this if it's in the wrong place. I'm looking to sign up for the next upcoming hockey league season at Logitech Ice in SJ but can't seem to figure out when it starts. I'm assuming theres a spring league coming up soon? I have class tomorrow morning at Logitech, but thought I'd ask here before for a little more insight.

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The spring league at Sharks Ice in San jose usually starts somewhere in mid to late April. Teams usually start looking for free agents in March or so.

what division are looking to play in?

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I talked with San Jose Ice and they said that sign ups for free agency happen in April and the new season starts in May.

I'm definitely going to be signing up for free agency; it will be my first time playing hockey.

If anyone that plays in the SIAHL (EEEE) that has an opening on their team, please feel free to shoot me a PM.

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Thanks, lol. Some of the info has been posted on their website over the wweekend.

As for the league I want to play in, it's still up in the air. I'm currently doing the beginner class am starting to feel alot more comfortable. I was thinking EEE but I was able to catch a C game and it looked manageable, OF COURSE, everything looks a lot easier when sitting in the stands. I'll Probably try joining some type of E league, or wherever I can find a team more importantly.

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Thanks, lol. Some of the info has been posted on their website over the wweekend.

As for the league I want to play in, it's still up in the air. I'm currently doing the beginner class am starting to feel alot more comfortable. I was thinking EEE but I was able to catch a C game and it looked manageable, OF COURSE, everything looks a lot easier when sitting in the stands. I'll Probably try joining some type of E league, or wherever I can find a team more importantly.
I'd start off low and if it's too easy you can move up.

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I'd start off low and if it's too easy you can move up.
Exactly, I'm hoping to be able to keep up with EEE and then go from there. Realistically, how hard is it to get picked up by a team via Free Agency?

Anyone here in some type of E league at Logitech, or anywhere, that give me some inside scoop on the level of intensity, difficulty etc...

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You should probably check out this thread.

http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=638081

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I am curious to know how the odds are of being picked up on free agency for the Sharks Ice Adult Hockey League (San Jose)?

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When I started a few years back and put my name on the free agent list I was contacted by 3 or 4 captains within couple of weeks. But the timing is important.

Also probably easier to get on a team if you want a full time spot.

I think it's probably easier to get on a team in the lower divisions than it is to get on the higher ones.

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